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PITTSBURMI MOltittflG POST,
poblafted
IS Y 011.1.. 3101 LE at. mcictrrGomEßT,
ON TILE NOATIDWAT 00ADIJA OF WOOD AND YU= STRIFFWL
TERMS —Five Dollars a year, payable strictly in advance.
Six Dollars invariably required if not paid irition the year.
Ala— Single °opine, Two Crato--for sale al the counter iu
the Wilco, and 11 Ners,BOytt.i
TRIG SATURDAY MORNING POST
Pub/lobed from tbo Immo °Moo, on a bcrge blanket also
sheet, at TWO DOI•r.A R 9 a year, In advance. Single copies,
Five Orarra.
No paper will be discontinued, (unless at the &sere.
Glen of the Proprietors,) until all arroaragos are paid.
Jur- No attention will be ppalld to any order tmless accom
pealed by tito money, or cotlofoctory reference in thli
G,unected with the Establishment of the Morning
Poet ix one of the largest JOB PRINTING OFFICES in the
city, where all kinds of work la done on the shortest notice,
and most reasonable terms.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ALEXANDER W. FOSTER, Attorney and
Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, Agent
for procuring Bounty Lands and Pensions, and for the Col
!onion of Claims In Great Britain and Ireland.
Oollectiocut tadde In this and adjoining Countlea; Re.
Wes of decedents •aejillmi; End Estate bought, sell! or
leased, and rents collect:ea Moneys invested on Mortgage
or other security. Titles examined and title papers drawn.
Mee on FOC BTU street, a few doors above Smithfield.
Pittsburgh, March Eli, 1855{m103:dam1
A W. FOSTER, Notary Public, and Com
miggioner for the States of Tenneaneu, Now lianip.
Whoonsin. New York, Michigan, lowa,
California, I,nigiana and Virginia.
*xis drawn, and .knoal..,lnwnto and proof. taken
I; Pr rt, and or ui, in one the stoner named Mates, Illinois,
Mnisilmippi and ithodo Island.
Pittdoirgh, March Is. ISss—inth2Saawl
SAMUEL
ATIJILNEY AT LAW
PITTSIIISIIII, PENNA.
ai r in BA K EWELL'S BUILDING:4, Oran t street.,
(nourly tliAC,•,,t - t II fob 12.1 y
C IIARLES W. \VINO A It 1),
ATTOIIN MY AT LAW,
El: EN SII Cita,
C 13411111 A Musal, PENNA.
I Imitiugdoti, lil,ur , elturfk.l.l Ati.l
jam, rt it• for, y.
I_)ollNizT C. G. SI'ItOUL, Attorney and
Conti.llor nt Law, ofllco No. Polart.ll afro.[, Pitt.
tied 1:1 y
MMES A. LOWRIE, Attornq at Law,
J
Fourth stmet, wean maithfinhl aml
Cherry alley. dorl lay
Joll.ti BARTON, Attorney and Counsellor
at Law, olficu corn, of Fifth and llrant atrmita, Pa
burgh. jdta y
Q A I'. ROSS, Attorney at Law, No. 100
I , ,erth ntr,t. Pittwil.nrgli, Call tin door below Mr. Rudy
Liy,•ry Shtbly. JA.2N
:11'IC EN NA, Alderman of 'l'hird
an!. c.a.nor of [lrani and lfornn•rly
,141(plivi Ity Aldnrritan w 11.143 all lawn,. (pertaining
1. rho ,41Ire of Aldorinuu and Justice of the Peace will Lou
prnmptly utlen.l,l tn. febli:m
IT All L Surgeon Dentist, sueeessor to (.1.
•1141.11... No. 114 Sotithfl.dd
Aisr hours fnnit 8 1.• 11. I:, nod fr..in 2 to!. r.•chtot.
teltiL.l y
•
Jscurf, Dentist, Fourth street, five d,.,rs
. urt-.3t. of Mlrkot..
ollico bourn fr. , to 9 o'clock A. M. 4. S o'clock P. M.
th•c2o:y
BUSINESS CARDS
JOII EAD, Wholesale Grocer and
Gnumueicu Merchkut, fur the tulle of PIO MXTAL nod
atid PROUCCE geuerully, Nu. 27 Ruud street,
Pittsburgh. .11.24
1.1.1 1a MILLER., lilt WM. RICRET:ION,
mit.LE it &Wholesale Cirt-k
-k ,vr..lniporteri of 1111,1 SDI NS, WIN! .S and SW AILS,
1;2 and 174. corn, of Irwin aud Lilx•rty streots, Vista-
Iron, conataully on hand.
.1)-20
Q NI:KEE & CO., Manufacturers of M'Kee's
I • Glass, all u.b tif Window rile., Extra
Strength. Imitation Criiwn . Flisoks,
Pi..kli• and Preserve Jars; l'uru, Milli Mineral Lkittlen
releerspitie ant LiZilt111111:-ILPI
Zvi — &scent'. het% eeti Weed and Market sires:is,
144,41, 1*.1.. hut a short distance fr.im the stemuboat landing.
and heal Muneng - aliela St. Charles and City Hotel.
apr
LI,Nr VIESEIL L. BISCOVA.L.T.
Ct.; It LANG, ROBERTSON & CO., . Manu
fin:lnn:re Cut, Prnssol mai Plain Ylint GLASSWA
17 Waini iart.vt. cornrr of Vr•lnt, Pittalow:ll.
AU ntli , r Linda a I.llaaeo tau and Wficilow ut
low MAI kot aid bully
•
1 %%ILI L. LEDUC JOSZPII J. t
EDLIE & ULAN!, Successors to Mulvany
matinfacturor. of Cot, Mouldod and Plain
Flint and Fancy Colorod tiLASSWARE, and dealers in all
kinds of Window Glass, Flask, Vials and Bottle. War,
hotoo, corner of Slarket and Water atroots, Pltt.aburgh.
ENIOVAL.—C. I LIIISEN, :11anufaeturer
ry ri..t yof VIALS. TIOTTLEF and WIYDOIV
4i1,A. , e4: Mack Pert-r, Wine and Claret Bottles; Demijohns
nod GAO ...vs: *lse., Flint Mi., in every vanety. Warehouse
No,lo I F. , T 11,1•1 1:1:1 First ...tree/. PittAtrgh. nilaS
FA X
DRO, Diamond, Pittsburgh, dealer
in GIUVTIIC PIVIDIJCF, offers fur sale a einike
stoek selected for family use. Spices of
emery winllkolaul the purest lustily, ground al tan 'Steam
MILL Dried ?ruler: . Vereto mud Dmiestic rnsluce
taken ie exeleueze for
Y. ft U. has prucur,Nl a full .vsiortm,ra I.f I.andrrtli'n 'rut
rautod II A ILDEN 14F.KIrri, and of all In
tur.,aLed in rural
ciommus....;toN . tiorsE.—Thc subscrit,ert,
Mai,. for Oh. vtiri.,tm., lit N.. al
lour t• OW MO( 1111 l gahola 11.niar.
W. mill 1/41111/.1...,r for sal., I`. .11
M1,111%1 , 110 .4 FLOUR, BAC , N. OWN, ti kTr.,
BARLEY. FLAX SHED. 1:11.114.i :4:1:11. It.'. I.II) BAY, A, ,
noon hwe will Intik° milvauf,. ptirrhasii at the haul
toarli.t rahvi AD:EII A CO
. U. VIGLIedi U. WC. kit.lsvOl J I. hENTIrrt.
1+?NUl.ISll S . RICII A RDS(IN, F.trwarding
J sit &al,' in
FISH. It and OIL. Air! 1.1011)(Tv, z e n i ir„lly.
liy Inglirarn. N• , 11n
NVnier and rOi Mint r,t. 1.1
lIN ILL Cllll AtNALL
T WELL, LEE £ CO., 15'1101es:de Grovers,
Gonininixfon Men - Inuits, and ihntivrA in
In i Miami:yin", I. x Ww....1..its net * torl.wevn Water
ail I Front strn , in, NOS
UN) NV. BUTLER r•rwarding 11114
Mt•ntittlitt, tti all kinds of 1 . 117: 4 -
1;( . 10;11 MANUFACTEEKS . LEAD SHEET
1.K.5 IL N.. lii Ynn,l ntr.A.L.
EN [IA 11. I.'ol, LI NS, Forwarding and
('nutatigd-u M.,Mant. and ultnlrgale dnalnr in FISH,
h.V:h 1 . 1011/tleF. gnu, AB). ‘n
wt ,Irnt,
limn;
Itl,. ALLEN. vrti.1e,..1.4r th4ler in Foreign
. ltil Ili a BRANDIES. SEI AK& 111.1 Mountnrultnta
sot Ilyn WHISKY. ar.; ulna, ILFALTIFYINg DISTILLER,
N. h ‘VtA.I
Ittlottlimt. lints, Cordials. Jamaica SOritn, St. Clrui
null li4lteol Kum. Alarm, eltanunmongt, :inont.ch
Inuntlnn Brun n Irish. Scntrit. linuri•nt. Old Monmust-
Itela. Ryn ttud Itnctilind Wlttglry: Apia, Pmtelt, V. 11,1 Cluurr
and 111tuliburry Branding! iminumnl Ilarnott. Renulin nod
['run II01:-Spatusi and rigumrg; all rat
"h It low Valet.. ho to ,•1.311.•hv• cotttpt•tittott Faory Itot
Koot nod 1.41.0 l -0 It 01 1., .0 r‘rry ottyln. and Intmkj.ding
hitt, I In-Toe:filt' lit Vat. all 0,410111:Ilion of sty stuck, at
Ni. $ IVN.I ntrert. l'ittabutt.tit. aptly
W 1. L. 1. • , T r A o M t
1 1 t N ) V inn
mhulen.l l , C ci a i rr „ .
CERS ap..l-elvalnr , lit Furnign WINES and BRANDIES, 010
Nlnisnyz th.. 14 and N.. :tbd Coutmnrcial
Itny loth•rt ht rth•t. l'itt.hlthrtlll. jolly
1 - ()SEPCI VLENIItit;, sneeesser to L. Wil
t, r.us .rt7cr ..1 Market street and lb.- Diantlarl,
~ugt ant ly I iWittn f e llannort nintanf DILUtIS, 111E1/-
WIN ES. )1 NE CHESTS, PER VO IRRF, and till urti
rim Int,ilo,n_
p a d l'lsyniciante Eruncrtplimts curt - 41111y compounded at all
h pure. jO9-5,
3 0 1 1 W fI.MAIMI COCIIRAX FLOONO.
L I LEMING 1311.0THEI1S, successors to J.
K 1,1 1 lIIIIiti4;ISTS. No. Ix) W oo d eroel,
Pitt. •411 glt Prop: ~ , tors 44 Dr. c,lebrated Vortiii
ft,..., I'lll, lc Jaltl
pT o JR., su,:cest:,lr to James nu
r.•l.ol DM:At:IST, and
PAINT.,, OILS, DIE kr.. N.
throe .I,wlrA Vtron alloy, Pittxt.orgh.
TL. NIA ItSl I A LI., successor 11. Leo,
ft, „ WOOL DEALER attol COMMISSION MEItCIIANT,
No. Liberty Ntrodt. Pittsburgh.
R. P.,71,—W. Weill:Limit A Itro.t., Kramer & Itahm, blur.
lolly, Duman A Co., Brown A Kirkpatrick.
Pittsbur,th, Oay 24,1855
T W. CHADWICK, dealer in Kentucky
Lfsif TOBACCO. RAGS and PAPER, No. 149 Wood
otyeet, below Sixth, Pittsburgh. fapahly
tra" The higheet market price. in cash, ;mid for Raga,_
P. 351.5411 ILL JOSEPH H. HUGHES.
Ali I'. MARSHALL C Co., Importers and
dealers In French and Americans PAPER BANG
IN G:4. No. h 7 Wood street, l'ittshurgh.
rtiisylok agents Gar the cclebrated manuf.tctnred of toleesrl.
DuliCoUrt. A Co., Paris. au.,77
Tit T. C. MORGAN, Bookseller and Sta
.'," . always hand it general runtortnii•nt
111,,.:1;,:nryny4 and Blank Books . , Printing. Pont and
Cap Pain, 1101,inal , and retail, Nu. 104 Wuu4.l street.,
I,IOY . Vi..t.li leant :I 01'
rir NV ANT E I and Tannery' Scrape. ap15,1 y
TOHN 11. .NIELLOR, Wholesale and Retail
fJ tl.ler in MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, PIANOS. MUSIC,
SCIPIOL 115.10 KS :mil STATIONERY, Nn. 81 Wood str,...t,
Pitt,iburgh.
T ACOB Wliolasale and lie
u, tan NIANUFACTI:P.Eft and dealer in all kinds
of TOBACCO, SNUFF and SEGA.II.B, No. 25 Fifth street,
Pittsburgh.
ka- !Coops constantly on hand a largo supply of all ilto
various brrulgis of liflperial Segura.
I,IUP ......... ton., J. Mthr.N.WX.
1) E Y MEE, & ANDERSON, ( successors to
ithmes C 0.,) whole.de tikiali.re in FORIMIN
FRUITS. NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONARY, BUG AILS,
No. 39 Wood &trout, opixrdito ti,u st., Char - lea Hotel, PlM
burgh.
TIN DLE . , Wholes: o and Rain
_rt. • DLR. HARNESS, TRUNK. VALISE and CARPET
RAU MANUFACTURER., No. 106 Wood street., Pittsburgh.
1. A SE WORKS, No. 136 Wood
stre,t, thhd i r Isdow Virgin alley.—BOWN & TET
LEV would rail the accent ion of Sporting men to their large
assortment of GUNS, RIFLES and REVOLVING PISTOLS,
tho largest and beat selected stork ever opened In thlarnar
-I,t, together with a general assortment of Ilanlware, Nth.-
ry, Tools and Pinking Tackle, all of which we offer at the
lowest possible prices to Cobh purchasen, or for good ap
proved payer. nutrlS
NORTII-WESTERN POLICE AGENCY,
No. Bn Wankington stmt, comer of Dearboro, CUL
CAGO, ILLINOIS.
ALL ri:OLERTun D. B. DOD ES&
PLNK ERTON & CO. dovoto their entire attention to Ile
trammeling] and gt general detective POLICE BUSINESS In
the Sthtet of Blinn* Wimennmin, Michigan ittul Indiana:
TWIN 01{OUrr, Importer of BRANI)IES,
N, F.:+, Se. Oval, in fine Old Munougaluda
Braudy..l“ . Mau, RIVITYYINO Dint!,
I,ER, o.rttar 01 ..quilitit , l.l and Prunt streets, Pittsburgh
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PUBLISHED DAILY BY GILLMORE & MONTGOMERY, AT THE "POST BUILDINGS,". CORNER OF WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
VOLUME XIV.
BUSINESS CARDS
T .1. GILLESPIE & CO., Looklug Glans MuuuructurerK,
and dealers In Looking Glam Plates, Pinto Glass, Itu
gravings, Combs sod Fancy Goods, N 0.713 Wood street, Pitt..
burgh.
On band and made to order, Gilt Pier and Mantle Glasses,
Mahogany, Rosewood, Walnut and Gilt Funnies, or Mould
ing, of every description.
gif•Steamboat Cabins Decorated and Gilt. (oct.l
ENTERPRISE WORKS, No. 136 \Vend
at., third door below Virgin af.ley.-I.IOWN & TETLEY
w,ntld call the attention of Sporting men to their large as
norttuent of GUNS, RIFLES and lINVOLV MO PISTOLS,
the largest and best aolected stock ever opened iu this mar
ket, together with a general assortment of HARDWARE,
CUTLERY. TOOLS and FISHING TACKLE, all of which we
offer at thn lowest posaible In ices to cash purchamo,, or for
pasi lipproVed pipkot. marls
MA. SWILER, I.lllolesale and Retail
• beater in Ent-mires, Ranged. Stoves, Tin, Teen and
11 , neekeepera' Untdware, Tinnone ttitu•litue.s aid Tools. To,
Plate, Sheet iron, Wire Rivets, Ar.. Bc. 2.1 North
street. (opposite ltnehluea I hotel,) ill IiIILFHUKU.
sep24.t.Thnt
T WHITE, VENETIA N 111.1 ND M ANL' FACT F
t" • RER, Lisa recover-is! hli health no as to resume his olil
business, anti has tpoinul his 111. IN I/ MANUFACTORY. ut
Ni. 65 Fifth street. us:, tie Pert ONcc , lietaeoti Wisui twal
Smithfield, whets he low au siou.rtnietit ..r BLINDS. trimmed
with pilau :tail Nary M wowed mud Silk Trituatiiiii• and iv
prepitrol I. till any "sit, m tun Btie • .11 thy I .-n,.•11a1,1.•
terms. 110: work iv warruntod t.. ON, Ma is ael
1a12.. Old Blindx rorovir.4l. Plravie rive him A 4,11.
can't lie 1,/it It. Moll.llllllRhile. 1111y7:1 y
J• F. SHOPE, latEktell NT TAILOR, Third
street next door to Dispatch Buildings, thankful for
clie vet . ) liboral patronage heretofore boettioeri upon him.
begs leave to ask a °mailman., of the name..vi he is MIS,'
lbetter prepared U n to ever lu furnish his friends and run
ttutioni with gamut-ids oleirL u ill insure eta., natitifaction
Ile »luny,. keeps maul a large aw.ottioeol"l the 1 . 1,4 4 1
itt)les of Vt.:BTUs:oe. CASSIALERKS, CIA tTLIB, A, . w1)1 , 11
he will make to onl.-r on the ,hortrwt 0k..11
terns.
ei? . _ A perfect flt 'daft). m1.'1 . 11,0,41, Itiovlndf
111/1" II 101,0... TOP,. ..... . V. 1 ,1% I. 1,
rr yot•NT: N. 3 JAIL th field
Lppg.iio City llotd, lonnoforinroor of CAUL
NKT rutorrOLl.M. and CLIAIIL , . cvary doddliption. Mo
ndial! and W.d•Amannlop dorranta.l, nod /add at rod. d dl
prime. 1...1%, tok,dl in pocking tar land .d,l otavr tarring,.
aug3l
\ATOI)i ) W ill L'S FURNITIIIO.I AND
clinins, wli.tkotalt• ant otol.r.ug
stylo foruitorr, iu itaqaudrod. alohlholny and Willhatt. SO--
011,K. tar p.al,s, awl dna leg Iddlas ; ‘,41.134 In uay
axtiele awl Witt I
Cl.itietwith aily quantity Ft:llNi
TU ILE and CU AI It on I..rtn,
11..1,14 awl :Me...ilk:Lt.. ft:: U... 011ot - fret
4T4 N.et. ;7 awl : - .lThir.l
aug2 PIT'I',IA;IUWII, PA.
TWIN COCIIItA N rF hhR S., ISlanufactur
••lo of Iron Itall/utr,. Iron Vault+. V 3.11 11, n. M
.1.1n1,, hr.. Nuol. I 4.,11.1 on.l St; T 1.11.1 ,t.
t tr..en WtA.l out Market ha. , “t.
hand a Vat tt.ty 1.414.rtis I 4.1141
all purpnee. olluut.•,“ toad In "Ili 1..1111:
Lot. 30/...iug '.an. at .hurt a.t.h. 11,1 • 111 . 1 - 1
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NEW COACII AN I . ) CA RR! AG E F.IC
TORY.—JUIINST, IN, 131:W1'11 RI:, A 0.1..
and Qtre. Allettlu u) reApert•
full) ittlorta their frietl., and the 1.:1 , 1. gt.4..1.11t . that It, ,
have colinitelic...l the utanutlietur.. ..f ES, it.',
ki.UCtiEs, to 'OK ANN' All.l
to ail thett 111.1101.1 , 1 6L) 01 1111. i/ ,ru.l prt.t..rtn.n.
lia t All ruin, will L. r wall 1 - 1,,,11111 i4r
Linty mil hriauty rti ritturh. lit, lour al-.p iw mtletl,l,l
au tint , utrart nat....11h terthirt. Grant tu all flint, ura It Ow
Lti wt l'autteth Shafts. Prat,. and Nllart l -Lull, Ow, trrnl
dour that all wilt, fan rt- tlin 11/ ualr thrar lattrarat,,, ...II Iu
joint fly ttaturtio.l •nt tt ail thrir tow si•a in.
Put ch....T. Are rugunatartl tu grin no a Gall, larhair ralt •
clulairtg eltr•wlstrt , ra
OItILLOW MALT'S , errvr-NK cir.ow•r, ALOI T
PITTSBUItGiICUA~~II FAC'I'UItY- B!-
ELO\Y & (.'EL. to K. NI No la la..
tu. nut Alloy, neAr Wo , wl httsburglt
Al:l1F:S.
of FANCY Imilt U. •rl-r. 'A a
mAnnor An.Arpa....-.1 for be.mt) of d..ign. etesislir, of 1:1111s1.,
skill of workman.hip And
1:09 . _ All uorls warrailt,4l
GE°. It. NVIIITE Sc CO.. N. 59 Market
1,11,1, intend. "n and :al, AlitND.% V.
oat their prearnt et... It to TA I.MIA.S ao.l
It'A NCI' SILKS at ~7.-atly
It laug thea Inteati.a. taarg, till
their utak.. ta, - .• tlllll l•rn 114 I. 4.1
nfl.l w 1,1111.: t. , tb.
cleat ..111 the stack on hand
uovleedlai
ILLIAM S. HAVEIN-Tfix ()CD I'HINT-
I 1 6 EMTALLetiII.C.T. (lute .14burr.. it At,eltr
111..1NK 13101 V +tuft STATI4tSEItY WAL/VIIIIUSE. e• Ine
larnl t, execute evrry mtyle Lettl. l'euslrer. ell.
we' Sttatulivrtt JIVES Nil 1.11N(1 Rill ), 'E RI \ !sl. ,te I
ilksllevere arttelP it, the Itlszti. htiv, 41.•1 t-tati,ll
er, lire, at the 41...4 1.4 i• - •• n u I tie rear.tevt•le
termo.
V N. anti RL«IF int•ry %V I Iftlf,
Lk writ 11111.1..ry..3.1 - uoi 3111.rk..t kn.! At, n..,1,.
11,1.1.‘ RD BOCK NiallUfaCtlirrr 4.1
1
Oat, Sils. , r, Dims• awl iA I GA;
I'UA IT otzta I'IC(CIIK Iri SII
N. 2 . 1 it. CI ur nl ry,i, k 1 10•1 A VI (: d
Sl,,joi.tat, .1 , All :. I 4 1.1 gyp. 1..
ft.i , Eaigrits 1.11 , 1
rtl r..ek iii
All Franw.o , RIII 0,1 , 11 n, InAA11:(A , 1 rt.! t hp, ,-
tal , l‘wilus , llt UM) bt• ./1•441 OW" ...,ti alt.(
,1»•1
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A M11.1.1K h:N I'll. hare WI h:li Inl
thAtt AWN 111 A II: NI A L ki•
. I%htt,-1.1 011,...t. A It
0.- , 111 3 , "
311.1 1 . 1,12 1,11,.1111 , 11,. kll - 17, • 1.0
CIALit y 1., 100 uO.l, ••1,1,
(111:11:1,FIS RA It N ETT, 11,,K•K AN.I
BLI('KSMiI 11. hy • 1.4 .11 wll,l atid • 11
1- . .111 1 L ,i 1111 • 11/ 1 . 11KILI1) A 1.1.K1 Ih.:
nii•••ts, i.tr• I 1.,
tilt. utlnnat lotomptilvt.'l , iborit,! los.; 1•,..f
th- 1.4/11.
ctio4Ltitsete pobi, I,eatei it 1,21
T-kNIES :t11'....1.1.1Nl ;El :, )Itatortgali , la I'l7l
ulu g .utti. 1...•/..1, 1111.1 tit.
publi. that 1114 11 1 '1% I , lal l ll/4.111,11 1/1., 1 Pll :11 ' 1 ..10•11
11.11. /111 1 1 lhat
1 - , MAN ED st all awl at
11..1 , 1 awl 1931tk, 1,41. 10104,11111 y
011 11.111/.
awl M..lll.ling, ..f r) mad.. I
09.111111.1 c, lull w—ttl.l 110 , 1 It n• 111..
La, 1.. ,s.•liiul.t CAII. MA Il•'an $1 •,. 111 , I • t
1.1.411.^ I, %••1 11l I i. , 11 N•.l
I /SO I r Nlarktt
3EW I ,ott.l tr. I k "
l l' ,' - ' ro; k t I TI iv
long , wl i cr.4,:abit-th..ll , l.ltlntortl and gtv•ler nt•
11.-4etit 111.- highs 1 .0 ,1 ..f .‘
• 11'.4. I, .thet to 1.1, nor, 51e,111,1 loon nn
Orp , l . tllllil3 ...I Sl' 0,11.
VI. Vine Watch Ilevairing aralt• proltptly and in th e 1.. 4
manner. run 11
FULION CAR IVOHIti, N'()UNI)ItY AN!)
MACHINE SllnP, F xnux r, uwo -Th.. -ohs. nS.
ha% ithz roo,tl info his Iwo Works. ,e,ner
.•( Water, Irflonongh ttreet.,i•pleport-.1 to ..th
tracl for and uh. nll 0r.1.-rs nag.gao . •
1'4,4.0(M , , nwt.- Frvighl, Platform, C. Hand owl all
other of GAAS.
Ako, for syKAm UNiI9YS of all sLot.. GEARING. HA 11,
MAI) CASTINUS of alt drsr rihtionr. aihl all 011... r k
aph,rtaining U, a Yhuntlry anti ThWhirte Shop.
Thu P irt•illell la lite tillTer,ol. clot...trim,. 1,, are to ientlio
tnel pa snen—tooßtly from Feoitorn nuinuta. torh-s--
ho koop thonowlvosw[ resod anA ad. la , al ,la mod
ern Imprneenualts. lotir2fea 4
j W. NV. in'tlEltEl.l...
-
• CC/1111M,- J. C. et:IOU:C.—It C. TCNKIS....W. It. oonw e6L.
AMERICAN I'AI'IER 'MACIIE AIANU
YACTURINU OP.IIPANY, No. 74 gliffilla orrat. 19tt.
Lurch, MAIM orr of I.Ariric MACHU. 11119 A?I F"NTS
I - , Churches, llothws, Stontal.4ah., o r 'nod }Vlore
• IVlngtow ~n 4 Door /fool, lirackstp, Trlowo.n. C,.r•
ulren. N'entilano, and Ceol.r. Ilet t. , 1 Rotettet
aad M 0 0b1n, , ,,0, of etery rlpi t o o' end t Inttpro
and warrant,' too, durable than any other tot I, I. 11.." iu
.4ijr er tea 011 1111'1111,04a
N. B.—Attention of Steani6lat. Builder* eqpeciully
rated to thin article. on iw,...tint ito light
CU11311N.. , , TUNICS )..
No. 78 Second otrovt., bo.ween Wi,wl nod NlArluot,
jo2l
WIG MANUFACTORY—MRS. RENTER,
sic door. fir..‘ t th, Con, ,c,,,•„
Ofllee, Allegheny City, in propu•vd to till ~odor, tor WlW+.
0.11.1 :di hinds of ORNAMENTAL 111111 WORK . . The
quality of material is furulahod, and °LAU, n:Uterael ion goat
auteod. ay lbolaw ly
JAM BLAKELY JAWS C. me/ICY.
BLIKELY & RICIIEY, REAL ESTATE BRO
MA corner of Seventh end Smithfield strosts, Pitts
burgh.
Farms, Mouses, Lots, Mills, Fn ricer',, &r. &r., ions, hl and
sold oil commission; Land ‘Varrants boughl, sold end It n
ted ; Bills, Bonds and Notes ne g otiated. Especial aitenti. 011
g iven to subdividing Parms, and dinpbning of them. Torus
resisotinblolnov27:4 l l w
REVOLVEI:BI 1 !—Just•Te
colved, by Express, dinrt from
the manufacturers, a splendid snort
went of Coit's REPEATINU PISTOLS,
four, five mud sll Ludt Lands, all tifeliM2
which wr will !ten for Dish at as low
prices all they mn be bought in the city of New York Ver.
.one going to Auatralia and Odifornia will find that they can
do Letter by purchasing their ...poling.. at hone, than th , •y
(2111 among earutigers—am we give tremor.. a chat., to try
any of the ahoy° Pistols Le:fore !waving the city, nod in ( . 32re
of a failure wu refund the money.
(OWN k
Baja 13t3W0u.1 • l'ittshomh.
C0 -PA ItTN ERSII ll' NOTICE. - ing
this day associat...l with 1110, THOM AS UII.IUTT. a. .
partner in tho business ..f Irstis.rting, ht.. tit . Log aiol
Um
tilling Liquors, the bosh... will hereafter ...ducted
owl, the style or firth of J.& T. ti R 1 tUTT.
Pittsburgh, ISstxunis.r J NO. GRUUTT.
J& T. GROUTT, Importerl of Brandies.
. can, wine: Ikuilerm in Flue old7ibuumushels nye
Whisky, Potieb Brandy. kr. Also. Rectifiers, i . ,' lbstilb.N.
Corner of Snitthtii•lil and Pim. mire is, Irl,lll
BOTTLERS. -, 1 011 N OGDEN & CO., Bottler,
N 0.187 Irtrat street. would reapoctfully inform tlin put,
lie that they have consttuatly on htmtl a laruo supply of
SAID MINERAL WATEIt, ALE am! PORTER,
of the Lusa q uality .
The attoution f families it particularly chroctrtl th..
fart that 'Rol-boat, WAINItI4IIIT'S ALE in tu, purest smt,
Phystrians recommend it to famlliot on account of its uitot,
come and strengtheutots qUalltion. octatkly
, 4'
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BUSINESS CARDS
JOIN LITTLE, Jr.,
ty strut, has just rocetv
BRANDIES.
Gente Dramly, (very fine,)
°turd Dupuy d Cu., (super.)
Marreti St Cu.,
Seuerac.
Sordid
llowiLrd, March & Co., Mad'ra,
Emit luau bluiloira,
Tulle Jn
Amontillado Sliorry,
Mat ,milk do
Tahiti
Cooking du
Bove woig Port,
1 . 1111,116 r e, do
Ordinal y do
St. Julien Clang,
Malag - a Dry,
Do Smoot.,
Champagioiti,
Anchor,
Ili
TiNothei with sail iitlior art
00.1.
itly rye I.
TNIPOItTA NT Ttl T MSE A CT El)
W ITII ItAI/ ShillT.--Iterttiontosolleritig fl . Olll 11.1 Sight,
arising 1,11 1 /11111drl' , I ViAlOll. o t to:titunonal decay, old mgt.,
or other eti.llll,ll. Would 1.10 a 1,01 11p011 Dr. O. F.. SLIA
FILAI - TIIIA AN, milt re they may rely upat getting
Sio.i - tai tielitotitiittilly sulopted I. the 31ST WANTS OF
Tll F. El F.. 4.lilitem, Falb stret, oppoidte A. A. Alitmoti'it,
•
I' - Trie-de.pes. Tli-run•ttkoh.r.. 14.1 every
arto ,I.,rhi3ning t the optwo.n truh, kept And r••paired
vta
go, td•orn•••• opoozl,l In ••41 Vr14110.4
,1.1 An) ni n'i•• no( .Lpprlo• .1 of. •x• Iningo.l trot. of t•t•
,In; 1y
1)1: Nc l'.‘ I N - The undersigile,l
•1••a1,... A0.11,11,1./11.'14 to
tioor ••ni•t nt I••••• of ZINC NA I VI'S.
,4toond n new
pror),-,0, On 11 oo Ir•on t ••19,t)onn lotion)), tnado 74,n
-l'alnin.
Vier" are to, lira:,, loom favorabLy known, and we invite
loaext aerittiny to the gnality ii 11/11111ILLI • 111,
but the ••• Valle Montague ea.'s" 'Line, in on of for , nin
ninnuld. Cu t e. but grin l all .4 the vikrions hrands Amerivah.
,1.11 o. purcilms; mr :snide dint can, I.• r.•bti.ti
pu and unadulterated, can Le sun• of getting it ot us.
n.
all tittdideot to out brand of Francis Zlng.. without
si hi. 11 1.• 10, genuine . and nil purchased of to. with this
i.dsarantee tsirfalt. rf totnel to to ailultetated.
11AL1. it IaiItNELL.
14: 1 1 Mann. Liam, New 1 1 ,alt. •
Joldlf N, hl N akar l'ittstairgh
Till. HOPE C0.V.1. COMPANY linviitg
”...t with L,Fi.••••,l tran.porting coal td
oatt. 1. tog is,•hr...l 114. Manutnettirt-ix' I
• 1.4{•••• 1.1,.111•• 1/I stating that their
i.ioniial3 zelpistod 19 J. Nesi ten J0n..., A g ,, g t
• mnit.ts.,
Ctud CA.P,m.ft),
;tl,ll'
111RSIIFE1.1) & SON
L • RT MANUFACTUNV,Itt , ,
N., 7.1 Wisp !TAUT, Thump i
The ...1.-cent -T. ♦l.- thtllt anttrtutter that Sill ICES matte
1., theta art nt nny
th tai recta inc tram the parties .•11.1111,f. tin
r•l• It tto it111.10,11,1/Wla 111 to
ate t. e 111111... IS
113;33.4 cnr3.fillly o4n normnte.ty
I Ak.3l. 34 311 y nr, 1.3 , 13 by the cutter ad
I ho .y 1131 1 ,14.3" nt.
ME=MIIII=
'.!.; .1.. d.. mrt%t
I" !WOO tl,l,...hlatdy
it! Yr. •. lb. turd dl. , t•It•d11•1..r. I. n;..-th nt arm b. lb
).•11:.
CI, I 1,..:111 v•re.., Lvw tL.• shotla, r tr,
tat.. Wle•titer wit ultlanit tt. I. Rf «ol ler.,
1.'1.1 an. t.titt-t• , Ittalattat M trtAttr , t, fat.ttlet.. at-
TIIR 1.1 Tato 1•• of to...tt taht,l
Qt-tti , tutatt at a .1.11..1,, trho had tt trulatgatta, to ottlautt at
1,..1.t• Shp t • tluln in ny It. atttl ht.
AlM..ti toll atm orttaPtit :Alit- tau tt tam,
ufartnr... and (;..atlßtnett'a Flan i.hing
1_ lIIKNIIt'YLU & SON.
Mod No. :to tA Rtal ataR.A. Pattatatryttu
)I SSi T 1 N - —The C,,l'artner:llip hare-
Clasittlg untiirr thr term vi A. A %lAN IN k
• hl• Oa) thntai
I 1 tall UL,. tallaa,lta.
AINKIIIN A. MASON
NATIIAN MASON.
Y..1,‘ nal y 70, 1,:•e--1.13.1
I() I'A.I:TN EltSllll'. - A. A. MAST N h a ,
•1.., Ilittl.NATl' AN
%% II [TIN., ..I 511r,10.... r !1.. !It'll t , l A. A NI ASON
.t %Ist. tip• veil I.•n.tttlittuvl n.
..t :Li 1"111114r,•1. 11.%10(1 , i A. MAS ,, N,
N ArliAN
Folirtms, 7th. 1•• t&
V 1.;:. 4 . I:2T \\ • I street, 111.
-3
h -fit 1, 4 1 , 3“. all Ila• •t.cti.
11.11 tow 14 cot And Casa mg... 1iA. ,0 14 .
• • 1.-rs o.ta:,•tit u.• ocal.•ly Fi.tt
.11 I::••.(hti..-.. ae,y 11 , 1,.
t n 1.41,1. will lichi It tt ill , .r.•l. silitrs,
I. I
1.11111'.' RITI Nt;
1_,4 0 4.1.E1; -r,.. 111 Ineltt•l
••• •• ••• r•••• •.1 t • 1,A••• ft:: •••••1••••I. • ;•••1.•t•t•I
~• ,5 ; ~,,,••• ••,. • 1,4• Art•••• r•t • 1-1•1•• •• As.
• .•• • t tt •• ••• \I. %111.1,1•1•••• •t• ••• .r 1.• ••••• t••••to
\ • .••••• •f" r•• 1 - T•arh•tr , -It Atiturt•tes, f•-••••• • •••I
I' 't•• 1 , 1111, at••• 1 parti• a ssr., appl) t•• tt•• It• ••..
ttl It E partnerAtp lierf , t4 , re exi,t
-111 r, 11.-t•
.1. • 11,. I. tt• • SMITII A
111 := rrn Li: A
1. liP• in, t. !I
V. :-.1111 . 11
e l- 4 It,i)1 1 1•:\ '.. ,, --Nfrt - ns : l , n.. - 1111.i it
1 •:1• Pr.11%M.1111... IL. rit. I
14. tl.•' !
Nt , t , I•`).11• !I. .4111, 441 tt.ditra. thr
1.1,•• 11,it 1 , ••• l• , i /111 4
‘c,
I. ), mad.. , •rirr. , rl3 t • ot,lor ni , t t)
I..st twat., .1 Ind tinl4l3. ~trrnnt••l.—fr..lll $1 lo f 1.
NV V.. 1t'11...10N, 07 Nlarlif't
u.nw r I , ..nrth.
—.JOHN If.
1)1 N;11-1.1NI) :Ntr,r,ni)EtiNs.
1.tA1t.11.1 1•11,)
=IEEE
111, • .11 hand.
FIGHT M.:NV k\.k
And a etnpl.d. and 11111 h 31. 0 1.&O\ &
I )1 A:‘l, Nt. , A 1 - .1. Az,
I ) nt .1,1 a 1,.u- ;.lap in u.•itl.
1„ 1 ,16kt,.1 1,1. t.,s• MI ,•16,111..
11,01 '6 " ti) n"t n k r: 7, -. ' :r
st I,nll
j 1 ,1. 0 ,1 1, :,,tlilLt•te• 111,11 rt.i.l3 ta, th!s
fact, will 111.4.1 ‘tail
.16:.6:1p. 4,11' 'II i! mild .14 TI.I.
t.•• rut. L 1 , 1111 11.1, frot,tl. Litfo./e
~ I llontnittilLl wn ru rutmy
4 P.J..t Office, h11edmr,.1..1,1,
.t... 1 11111 11,11- i 1111... 2 , If
P. 1) : , ; urry ci,LLE, is: I)Ar AND EyXsim;
f'....surs•-.1,t/inief . , Wi dr ay and
nd f..
ARITHMETIC, and itm mph, nl i,n,r t. burizieita.
:111.1 hi•tt, Mt:tilted to Lunhtrri, t /II ti
Ix. 1.01114 ill ally Iteoulta obtained with gr.la
facility by new nden. termed "Arithmetical Magic." Arab
tootle, per month, $.4.
Call for. a Circular of the College.
40,1 V. W. JENKINS. Prlocit.i.
rrilomAs OLIVER, B.l,Dni,E, lIARYKss AND
T'ltl'\6 NI .1 N F AI-71; It Ell, NJ. 4 st. Clair ntrrv•t,
elothinr. Spur g. (..t5
•
IWI ES , DENNY, F.,rwitt ding and C.thirtligsion Mer
p clinuto, No. \V t, nirret. Pitthl.noth. fitpl9
AV A It:
11.1*,:1:.E(tc•I;ti!C„KFD81,('V\t; 11,)10,11‘1;;:,4VELRY
M. lichtEivrs h. now selling oil Ids lark , and
k of Ihn• NVotchen, (71,,k,.„1,wetry nod Fancy
at n ‘ory .mmll wlynn, on first prnpandory to
,•1,11 git,r hie . ..3t•ir. Itoons nod the 1,1110..1V of uu tn3tire
I.ltAs.k for the Niwing trade.
I . .•rsons ki EAT BMW A I X? eihnold
it 1, In, ih•ternintation to Hn,• out his lorekent stock tith
ont to former pm..
Don't t the plum-111)1.1EItTS . , I I FIFTH street, nor
febn
eloA L ! COAL!! COAL !! I—Cannel Coal
will now i.o.i.A.vorod to any part of the two eitie, if
orders lehiree,d to zoo tiro kit at Dr. HOBERT WRAI"6
,1111i1111. 111 Atri . Ot, 11.[Naite tho fiat 011ie., or
at Will'. W A T > oi s STORE, corner of I,ll.erty and Wa3ne
stroanc frbkdJwl J. 11. STEWA Agont.
MEN AND BOYS' WINTER CLOTIIING
—ILOSENTIIAL k IfltU.. Fifth atreet., oppnaito
/WIC, have a largo stock of Men and Boys' CIAIYI'IIING
on lintel. roloprimng time all tin ly new and elegant gtylea,
which they are prepared to lot ands at the ww...,a,a,d, prices.
Ai.n Lugo and fashionable stock of Uhth TIV
docl2ally
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SWALLOW-TAIL LINE OF LIVERPOOL
AND NEW VOtK PACKET SHIN+.
Owned try (Itrltelors 171-Ot WI &tufa drat. N. I'.
Tho tailiscrther is tho only Agent in NW,-
1.11.0 i for the above Line —hati 111wayx ua
hwu R A rps I s sate for any amount. payable at an#
in England, 'lreland, Fottlauti and Wales.
JOILN THOMPSON, European Agent,
jal y 410 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
I_)AL.NII.IIOUSAND FLOWERS,—I have
receised another supply of this justly celebrated
artiste. JOS. FLY111N(1,
j a y Owner Diamond and Market st.
M A S(),N Ti I c v. IIO()K . S- 17.ic,
The Trot. Manouit: Cattle.
Atteiout Charge..
Tilt. Light of the 'Temple.
Th. Praftantan.
Tho Nlu...itte Tent Book.
Ntl.llliC
.n., Templar'. Chart to the :V...1 IL
Nlasonry and Anti Masonry.
For sal. by B. T. C. MORGAN.
104 Wood FIT et
- REINS—Zu bus. reeciv , !d. and for Hale
_UP ruhltl HENRY IL COLLINS.
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PITTSBURGH. TUESDAY. APRIL 8, 1856.
Agent, No. 201 Liber
the following rory ChOiCo Ur-
Jan=lca,
Bun ta erni
Flognot,
London Cordial,
Schnapps.
rsutbnerfortrx Scotch
Barelay's London INirler,
Wild Cherry Brandy,
Absinths,
A nisetlio,
Curucea,
Sat - 11111PN
Mocha and Java.
Young Ilex. and (Hack Teas,
Kn,dtol Bronson
linportml Havana Cigars, of
vartoort brands, •
Monongahela Whisky, of
all grades.
cles t‘okilected with Ills busi
loy.:daw
loy faith will I tritle."
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INVENTIONS AND PATENTS
I . From th e New York Scientillo Americoo.)
Patent Finishing Plane.
This Invention in intended for use where it is desired to in,
part a tine, smooth, and glossy surface to the wood; but it is
applicable, with advantage, to all kind of carpenter's pianos.
Tie' novelty consists In placing the cutting chisel, ur bit, in
front of the wedge, instead of behind, min common planes;
also in applying a metallic nmouth•ploce to the face of the
plane, in front of tho chisel, which mouth piece serves as the
rest for the chisel, and confines the throat of the plane.
lint the month piece is 3n close to the edge of the bit as to
prevent the plane from ripping or splintering the wood lu
the least degnw•. Indeed, wo have seen the Implement op.
Ohsl to the planing of wood against the grain, and trans-
Tersely to the grain, leaving the wool perfectly sunsuit. Se e
perfect is the op.•netiou of this instrunwut, that it tufty b• ap
plied to the planter, of venoms—with entire eraccrms—a
thing which cannot aafely bo done by the common plane.
The taxilliar artmigounmt of the month piece, bit, and
edge, afford,' a eumplete and firm bearing for 1110 I.lk
lhruuplemt WI whole length, and diapoimes, under all
cir
ram stances, with the use of a cap Or double bit.
This is a vory Ample and effevtive imptovament,
o have no limit, to find its way into every earpenter'R
ill the land. No tool chest Is complete without it. The lA
ontor is Wm. C. llopper, of Pittaburuh, Pa, and his p a t en t
beam date January In,
310SE2t F. EATON, No. 80 Fourth street, Agent fur
the patentee.
MR. ' M. F. EvroN—Sir: We are Cahinet-nukes, and
hat e teted Ilttplatr's Patent Vent.er Plane. we can metal,
im tel it t• nil . our Nitta. workmen Iv far ettp,rler to the old
mode of scraping.. A man can plane as Mach veneering in
one hour with thin 141111 e it. 9 lie r,tuld serape in the oht way
In a day; and will, greater MAP; for any Mall that has used
the mt-raner known that it crams* the hand, and will hurn
and hinter the tin t :LTA. We would not, do without throe
Ham, tf they roet three timed the money they do. We have
slash otted lito Patent Jack and More Plana, and rtamider It
penes the old can httr. 1' ti ran plane againit the
drain of the st•od as well at with it.
JtiflN M. 1301 CF.,
‘t M. 11. I,Eit
ANTHONY FER.
rETER LEFFKIL Foreman,
I i
JACOIi et..IIIIWOELD,
S. Y. MICE,
Empl o y,' at T. D. Young & CAVA Valvinet. Factory.
Tegttttoxr.—TLe following low, from Gov. Johnst o n Is
go.wl tel+tlitiony In behalf of Leedi Porner.cm god Ile. ter
They furundi for the In.nt mode of nettling dwelllne, CLtn ohr.
and other public buildings that to now In one, gra-km.llu to
the opinion of many g,...1 Judge', who hay esnuilited them.
hero lo Mr. Johnston', opinion
Pirma nan, Deremtwr 27, 1955.
Musa F. 1....tr05:--Dcor Sir--It affords me
pleasure to be enabled to state, after a thorough trial
of Mr. Joe. Leeds' tubular Furnace or Beater, that
it fully azirwexs the purpose of supplying my duel
ling with a pleasant and properly warmed air. I
cheerfully recommend it. Tours,
WM. F. TOTINSTON,
WORKS, NO. 34
( . I.A Y ALLEY E 111.4.: A CALL lga mg
cur.] t e EXCLUSIN 6 RICI IIT to ttot• the
kTI2III.ESS NIATC.II NLACIIINE"
In Allt.Owny County, a, tooling
prt,postatione t o SUPPLYTIIF.
TUE IV
TRADE ITII ATI2IIEB, warranted to Ic as good
as any et., I , nnotltt to tit. market
Orrice, No. tou marl
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
FOE THY It.kilD CURE (4' Onllllll l , (YILDS,
IVItOOPINii.4.))O i Lt, CIWU V.
MITIINIA ANL C,iNS.U.SIPTIIIN.
• Tots ILIZIMDT la o.ffer.ol t•• t Ito roll,
. 4 „olot
mollify uftto flee nor:h./en, we 1..1 la
1-2 , ....# M. tarn. la which tooktorn falls too rta.
: v. , 'Z' • • too
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el, t‘.l. 6,, a id. to th, Livid ILA ...,,
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f ill
T. oglIllt:1 1 !Ik 7 :to:-4 the oottotry aboondo ;II pertiOla., 1.0.-
I" " - N•!,••••• • •••• • • belt ktooorn. Who ha?. loran reAt, n.l
Iran, alarming kn.' osoto dooto rat • •toe
00 , of the WOK. toy it, tow Mloon ,none tri..l, Ito 0u,,0 -
nit,y o'er otrmt other 113 , 41.11. of Ito kind. to W... Ilppetn 6 il t
t •••-o , io ~ I •••,, , I•IP 41. I% r.•I wit ,re AA Virtla.o oro knou to. tint
1...1 , 1o: too Wto,rot lorn.t.ate \stint inallll,te to vtripio!, for tioo
Wotrosoloott Full •Inn, o orotto toffoction• of the puhnonar, or.
...00roo. oto. h ore 11N . 141...1 to, oor oho-twit,
Is .4111114 ht.. rello4 loteher fro the earnest Inquiry at meth
al awn. Lima the slarattag istarnletnes. ntul flgAl it V of rare
m pit ••• colnialunts, Hot Ems •tly 0110 elan, of ;hems-. he-I
toore .4 theft tat; ettgattlotte mot care But as yet Ito rote ,
,111.01. rt.m.4ly has h. a proyid.,l. on which the. pt, Ltle alt
.1 petel for pettleet rrol3l attacks alum the teriorstot r or
tutud the tett...N.llot. of the CHERRY 11..
Ti.,.. et ta.te h the pee...fact o(n heat. lahotiotot, and. ,
..solanyor ta l urateh the continually atilt such it
remedy, ett this I tst eLstentent the .1 tnerimo tee..yls; s o re aow
th. 1•r-lett - 14 t.• Riot I .1.0,1 Wlti... , till 1 , •
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,at men of y ultilil , ft rent!, it lays dote. I• 4
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asettret. , of fatal htrat rhy-tielone sho took • It their
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11... 1 Na• 1.... •I• .1, rwt. •11 "1,
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ti.. ,
,rfocinni ll ' '
po,,! , hq 1.1..111
the Tuttv,,t oh,, T.rn,onn , getit,!l•• (‘11V.1:111 .
ran rely on hay mg to Kood isnn toot horn
1..4.1 lionn
Ity pr , ring' c. , urne, I hr. *To ,ta n z
•.i in the 11.1 the 1,1.114 . ....tii.11.4
that much h I .I,e,
OA-I'r-flu-trod 1, .1 C. A 1 Prorti,l n.. 1 Anal,ml
;•..1.1 tic Lt. .1 at wholivelle 4,1 r
NO. i , y evory PiitAlrargh, and by All TL
hIIOOFL AND'S CELEAR k.TED GERMAN
1. Lc Tvr. C. M.:7 WI; &MN, 111140;1.
I,lVer Complault, Jam,
..r lk.l.lltt). Itr,eww of the tOtleey4,
nll,l *II otrlalog .n I,elordored Ltver or Stew:wk.
Such
In,rxr,l
or Blood to the
Acollty ..1 th• S.teeot.
Nelege, Dirirrist 4",•.1,
Foletrel welgid in the etolact, Sour
tqt,tifur„ nr Mate:lug Ilt the Pit
of th , Stooot, h, Sni ooting of the Itr o t, II iltd.,l
nod Inn, nit Itr..nthtg, Flottoring nt thn I kart.
Sultoenuto: k+.n.Lati,rn when in lying iNmtlire, bnon , Hll
1,1,1 “I L,1,,r, the Fight, Foyer r.n..1
Ih II l'ain in the !lead. I)eficitiziey of Perspiration,
Yellow Ile. of the Skin and Eye., Pain in tie
Bide, Back, Client, Limbo, etc., riudileu
Poodles of hoot Burning in the
blest!, Cutout Imxtiin
lega of Evil. and great
Dopreesiun of
Spirits.
Th. proprietor, la ca/ ling the attention of the puhlir to
thin &lox so alth n (holing thn ntnnwt r.mll
- In itn S irtm% and adaptation to the du..., for whlvll
it i 4 rocotomoudral.
It is no uew and untried arthia, but one that has st.ioil
the best of a ten years' trial beton, tlio Arminian
reputation Rad sale is no rivalled by any similar pr. tioni.
bons extant. The t.•ntiniony in its favor hy the
la - eminent and well km,su Physirians amt indicidunto. In
all parts of the coa i im y, It 111/1111121M. 14 . 1.111114.0111 y who
tit.iy doubt, b. my Memorabilia" or Prarticul Hee, ii.t
bir Farmers and Families, to I.e tool gratis, ut all the Agents
for the German Bitters.
Principal Office and Nlauffilictory, 120 Arch Eitroet, Phil .
Sold by Dr. Gl , /. IL Keyser, 140 Wo 1 alreet ; D. A
I , loiniaaock A Co.. Na. 6 Wood strvtd; Flowing I.lrothera, No
150 W"..1 street; 11. P. Swartz and J. P. Ilendug, Allegheny.
deg Ig:dawly in
FOURTH STREET CARPET STORE.
W. D. Si. H. 111cCALLITIVI,
WB7 FOURTH STILBET, NP.AR WOOD.-6.ti
Tue attention of purchasers is reopen fully ins ill i out.
present Stack, selected fur SPRINO BALES, including—
l'e•st quality Velveta. English aud Tapestry I Is
hii...ls said ThpeStry, grains.
and Stir Brussels, Soper. Medium and Lose
Extra and Super. 3 Ply. Priced Ingrains.
Beet Imported Extra Twilled and Damask; Hall and Stair
Forpet,, ; Fhior Oil Cloths, trout 2 to 2-i feet wide. various
qualities and prices; Tilde oil Cloths; French Printed and
Embossed Piano and T u b Covers; Canton and C.,. Mat
hub s ]li uu th Itno DOla Mats; Stair Reds; List, Rag and
Blinds; with every variety of Win
doss Sinter Green mid Buff Holhsud, &co .fic-; all of width
will ins offered at sale at very moderate rates.
Aye- We aro also prepared to furnish lIABIUNOTON'S
CARPET LAWING. • mh2,5
COIIOFIS AND COLDS CURED by the use
NIOROAN'S CHIXIIIATED CIIIIGII SYRUP. lot
ail who are aillicttai with Was - procure a bottle of it. Price
only 24 contr. Bear theiteslipiony of an old man who triist it;
Joint MosnAo—i•Thit may certh`y that being aftlict
ed nith a troublesome Cough, I bought a bottle of Morpin'n
Cough Syrllll, and Mn happy to say, after using It, my cough
is snail - I.ly eu rod. lam free to pronounce your Cough
Syrup the lest tumlicino I have ever maxi. No family
should be without this valuable medicine.
DAVID tiIcROBERTS, Allegheny.
Pri•lnrod and for Nile, whobnode and retail, by J6.11N
HAFT, Jr., Bole Proprietor, Ka. 13.5 Wood street. Pitt.
burgh. fob] 1,
L.JoiiNsoN & CO.'S TYPE AGENCY._
• Moving the Apouney for the pale of L Johnson &Co.'s
Typo, Cup; Roles. Lends, Furniture, Ike-, I em prepared to till
ail ort promptly. Terms OAFIN.
S. lIAY FIN, Printer and Stationer,
Market pt., corner of Fo-romi.
EW SUPPLY OF FRESH . FRUT'i'
Sauces, &e., received by K. K. DRAVO,
Nu S Idarket et. and 1 Diatueud.
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PITTSBURGH POST.
TUESDAY MORNING
HOUSE OP REPUESENTATIVES, )
Friday, April 4.
House convened at o'clock.
The Speaker announced that the public calm
dar" was the order of the day.
258 IL, 86 S. "An act relative to agencies of
foreign Insurance, Trust and Annuity Compa
nies." This bill, after some little discussion,
was on motion indefinitely postponed.
560 H., 116 S. A supplement to the acts pro
viding for the entering of satisfaction on judg
ments and mortgages. Passed finally.
738 11., 21 S. "An act relating to the rights
of property of husband Find wife." This is its
final passage.
765 11., 10 S. An act for the security of rail
road companies and safety of travelers. Thisis
a bill referred to by a cotemporary of yours in
the smoky city. The bill is In the hands of the
Committee in this House, but has passed the
Senate. Sow is the time to speak out if you
wish it—if not, hereafter hold your peace.
Resolution to authorise the distribution of the
pamphlet laws and executive documents to certain
institutions. This bill passed to second reading,
as amended, and was then indefinitely postponed.
Th e memb e rs of late have got a mania fur this
inotimi of imletinite postponement
Supplement to an act more effectually to pre
serve the public grounds and public buildings of
this. Commonwealth, approved the loth - day of
April, 1549. Passed.
An act relative to wharves upon the Canals bf
this Commonwealth. Passed. •
157 11. an act relating to the serving of pro
C.CSR in certain cases. Passed.
108 11. A supplement to an act taxing cer
tain officers. Postponed indefinitely.
An act making an appropriation from the
State Treasury in aid of the Farmers' High
School," passed to the second reading, and 'then,
on motion, met the sad fate of others, being in
definitely postponed. This was all right. The
Treasury of the State is not in a condition to
pay at this time $2.5,000 to aid the rich in giv
ing their suns information in farming. As Mr.
thins very properly remarked, let them bind out
their sons to some good Dutch farmer for n few
years, and then they will become useful, if not
ornamental ; they will then be improved at their
own cost, and not at the expense of the ta.x
payers of the State. We pay more than enough
now, to educate the eons of the wealthy, and he,
f.r one, would not sanction this outrage on the
money of the people. lam a farmer myself, and
I know what a farmer should he, and I trust that
tin" House will not part with the bonds of the
Commonwealth to impart farming knowledge to
those that could not understand or appreciate its
usefulness. I am, Mr. Speaker, said this gentle
man, intimately acquainted with many of the
persons who figure at the head of this project,
and, indeed, I have worked for the president of
the association, andj know well what I say, and
I tell this House that it would he a waste, a woful
waste of money, to expend it for such a purchase.
The speech of this worthy member from forks
county defeated the monster bill, and well does
lie deserve the thanks of the people of this State
for preserving the Treasury from being plundered
by a false scheme.
An act to increase the pay of the county com
missioners and county auditors of this common
menial. Passed here. This bill increases the
pay to two dollars per diem.
—An act relative to actions in partition. - --
Passed to second reading.
An act to extend the jurisdiction . of the
Courts in the Commonwealth of Penneylrania in
of divorce." Negatived.
A -oppletuent to an act relative to suits in
lower and partition, passed 2d of duly, 1854.
Passed.
.1n net in reference to promissory notes, bills
f exclinnge„N.c , Sc.z Postponed indefinitely.
An act in relation to trial. for libel. On this
n lengths; debate sprang up. Mr. lleta made a
strong rpeeeh in favor of the passage of the bill.
on the ame being taken. it resulted—yeas 4:1,
na ys, 12 No the hill fell. It will ho reeonsider
ad, and i likely to pass with a full vote.
The Senate proceeded to reconsider the Yough
iogheny Bank, at NUKeesport, when it was again
defeated The Senate then proceeded to consid
er the amendments proposed by Mr. Buckalew
to the constitution. Mr. B. spoke at length in a
,truirl of iiiiund thoughts. This gentleman has
tio superior of hi. nee in the State, IV , a SOllll.l
re aeon Cr.
Mr Lane, ..f kansa4, i- , now addressing the
tenit.r , of the Legi•laturc and others, in the
H a ti of the ilousr, on the rights and wrong., of
Manse•. 'phis gentleman speaks well, and with
considerable deliberation. lie deals out severe
Dios. on the Nlissoitrians for their interference
in the formation of a government in which they
hare had no right, not being resident citizens of
that territory. This gentleman is yet speaking,
after ,'clock, the hall well filled, mid many la
dies in attendance. As the mail closes I must
ale , close this., as one of the messengers is wait-
Truly, CAVASS'
I wi•ilt to call attention to the following impor
tant hill. It lino not fie yet been acted on 7
4.V ACT r,•• ier ql" feright by etert . in
bnetts.
, -, 1:111. , !•1 I. it snort..l L y th, S, o s i t s nn,l If„„„
1:, p rya ,. )11,11i r. Commonomalth of Pronsyl
ra
I.II•II . fl in Gene/ Asmnnbly 111 PC, awl it ix hers by ', met
'ol by th, authority of the soots, That if the captain
or other officer of a steamboat or other veksel, shall.
in suitable weather, deposit any freight in proper
manner and in good condition on the wharf of the
rity of Pittsburgh, and shall give verbal or written
notice to tho consignee thereof, one hour before min_
down of the day on which the same is deposited on
the whorl, such deposition and notice shall Constitute
a delivery. IC the consignee than expressly refuse
to receive such freight. the captain or officer shall
cause the same to be stored at the risk and expense
of the owner or consignee, and if tho consignee do
not expressly refuse to receive the same, but shall
fail to take the earns away, in such case the captain
or officer of such boat or vessel shall be at liberty
either to cause such freight to be stored as aforesaid,
or to leave the same on the wharf, at the risk of tho
consignee or owner.
Oct.- 2. That when' what is among steamboalquen
call dunnage, may be necessary to preserve any
freight from injury or loss, the captain or officer of
the boat or vessel shall be entitled to receive com
pcmation fur the actual cost of such dunnage from
the consignee or owner.
flote=e met at the usual hour. The Speaker
called over the Standing Committees. When it
canto to Roads and Bridges, we had considerable
good speaking on the paving and grading of
your sister city. The remarks of the gentlemen
for and against are as follows. The report of
the remarks made nro not so full as they should
have been, owing in part to the excitement grow
ing out of the occasion:
Mr. llipple reported the act to repeal the pay
ing and grading bill of Allegheny, with a report
on the same.
Mr. Hines, a minority report on the same sub
ject, which, on motion of Mr. Heins, of Belli,
the whole subject was referred back to the mem
bers from Allegheny county. On this the yeas
and nays were demanded.
Mr. Fulton asked leave to make a statement,
which was granted, and stated that he represent
ed the wishes of four of the members from Alle
gheny county, and he knew the importance of
this subject, and hoped the matter would be left
to the members from that county.
Mr. Magee asked kayo to make a statement—
granted. This gentleman took ground agains
the reference to the members, and he hoped tha
it would not be referred back.
Mr. Hippie, the chairman, was opposed to its
reference, and argued in favor of the report of
the majority.
Mr. Fulton again addressed the House in a
strong speech for the reference, and argued in
defence of the late, and went on to state what
Justice Woodward stated in reference to the law,
pronouncing it eonstitntional.
Mr. Smith then addressed the House in a
nervous speech, in which he dwelt on the con-
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[Correspondence of the Pittsburgh Poet.)
FROM HARRISBURG
1101:8E or B.F.PRESENTATIVES,
Saturday, April 5.
duet of Lord Shindly, as the gentleman called
him. Mr. Smith stated that this rich man re
sides principally in London, and the people have
paved and graded, and now this 'man Shindly
wishes to be relieved from paying whit is his
just dues, although the poor and rich have com
plied with the law. Ho trusted that this House
would not now compel the Treasury of the city
of Allegheny, where ho resides, to suffer for the
benefit of this wealthy man. Mr. Smith stated
other facts, and made a good speech.
Mr. Salisbury then got leave to make a state
ment. This gentleman made a speech of great,
power and abounding in facts. The remarks of
Mr. S. wore pointed, and listened to with great at
tention. Ile pledged himself as a member of
this House for the facts given, and forty-nine out
of fifty of the third laity of the State were for
the law as it exists.
APRIL 8
, Mr. Hippie again took the floor, in opposition
(o the reference to the members from Allegheny
county. This member showed considerable feel ,
ing on the subject. The vote being taken, re-
Sulted—yeas 61; nays 184 so the question was
referred to the members from your county.
On the question, shall the reports be printed,
Mr. Fulton opposed the printing in a few perti
nent remarks, which had the effect of killing' the
setae, Ten se
Mr. Salisbury replied to Mr. Ripple in a tart
speech, and remarked that ho 'Wile surpriSed to I
find that gentleman taking itscactive a part in a
local matter—to him it Ina strange and inex
plicable. But be presumed the member bad his
peculiar reasons for such a course.
Mr. Foster then ne'ved Mit the members from
Allegheny county, the'selebt, Committee to whom
it was referred, should. report on Monday next,
amended by Mr. M'Carthy to read on Wednesday.
Voted down, and the whole matter is left to your
members. There was considerable feeling mani
fested, and perfect order observed during the
discussion. Vonr members all spoke with con
siderable warmth of fmling, and acquitted them-
!Belves with credit. The speech of Mr. Salisbury
was more:limn common placed, rind when aroused
he speaks with power.
The divorce of Samuel Gallagher from his wife
passed this afternoon, after considerable discus
sion. It appears from the testimony that the
wife had been mare.-intimate with another before
the marriage than the law in such cases would
admit of, and from that intimacy produced one
more than the husband was willing to admit into
his family circle. The truant wife is now cut off
from her lord and master.
The House adopted a resolution to adjourn on
the 15th inst., sine die. . .
343. The Pittsburgh and Youghiogheny Coal
Company was "under consideration. On third
reading, Mr. Salisbury opposed in Vskech of
some length, and was replied to by gr. :Smith,
of Allegheny, in favor of the bilL Mr.:Salisbury.
moved to postpone indefinitely. On this the,
yeas and nays were called, resulting 20, 41; not
agree° to• The question, shall the MU pass
On this the yeas and nays were taken, resulting,
yeas, :341: nays, 28. So the bill passed.
This being Saturday, the members are yet in
session, the first held of a Saturday afternoon,
and now o'clock.
The British Ace's
. on American Affairs
[ From the X 4 0 9, March W.]
A poet describes and excuses the pleasure with
which n spectator on shore may watch the ills - -
tress of a crew whom winds and waves are dri
ving to destruction. There is another contrast,
however, not so agreeable. It is when you are
yourself on the treacherous element, when every
rope and spar of your ship is reflected on the
unruffled surface, and your sails hang limp f r om
the yards; but, p.t. no great distance, nearer and
still nearer, seavtnd sky meet in one dark lino,
and emulation id., evident in the one, time 'other
closes round you, 'rind inltlte minutes you knows
that every yard of canvass will be rent into tat,
ten, your gemi ship be laid on its beam ends,
and your quivering masts will either go over
board or drag yon to the bottom. It is no great
exaggeration to say that this is a fair account of
the English and the American mind at this mo
ment.
Nothing can exceed the perfect placidity, the
earnest wish to give no offence, the utter absence
of envy, malice, of °thew ill-feeling on the part
of the British public towards our Republican
cousins. We are honeittly and unreservedly
wishing them all happines* and honor; double
and treble their present population ; " affluence
beyond the dreams of avarice; " the whole con
tinent of America, if they eau come by it hon
estly, naturally and quietly; everything, in fact,
that we should onisoilves desire in their situation.
There is not a lurking feeling the other way in
the soul of one healthy, sane Englishman. We
all hear, indetsl, with regret that there is a. dif
ference of opinion as to a treaty which not one
Englishman in a thouttand knows anything about,
and that the government of the United States
conceives that our government has shown a Kant
of proper respect in trying to recruit our ariny
from their territory.
But the only feeling awakened by the intelli
gence is it hope that wh-re nn offence is ;meant
none will he taken, and that we shall not be such
fools as to ,Itarrel about nothing at all. On the
other hand, us we look across the Atlantic, it is
impossible not to sec that a storm is brewing.
The journals are full of angry menace and hos
tile calculations. The Senate and House of Rep
resentatives are in continual debate; a million
sterling has been 'toted for steam sloops-of-war,
and every American is evidently - under the im
pression that all the world is watching the pro
gress of the quarrel. Such is the dark side of
the picture, and we frankly confess that we
watch the darkening of the ocean end the lower
ing of the sky with no small uneasiness.
Under these circumstances, nil • that we wait
is, that tho state of English feeling should be
known across the Atlantic. When a misunder
standing has risen up between Mrs. A. and Lady
B.—two excellent country neighbors—all about
nothing at all, and with no wish except to be
friends, the object is to let Mrs. A. know how
univil:ing to quarrel Lady B. really is, and vice
versa. The object is to avert that day when,
after months or years of cool estrangement or
bitter recriminations, not to say common dis
credit, Mrs. A. and Lady IL will meet atlast, and
discover they have been under great misappre
hensions, and have made great fools of them
selves, for the amusement of low people and
scandal mongers. Should matters now ripen or
rot into war, and should two great nations
spend £50,000,000 apiece, and five years sir more
in tearing one another to pieces, in cap Luring
merchantmen, burning ports and blackening the
character of the Anglo Saxon race, as it is called,
we shall only patch up a peace at last, witah, the
unpleasant feeling that we might have spared. our
selves all this trouble, cost. and disgrace, had we
but known one another a little better. Nov, is
the time, then, for those Americans who do know
a little of this country to speak a word for us, .at
least for our extreme indisposition to quarrel',
and our wish to show every possible respect ti
the United States.
The Times follows up the above remarks by
insisting that the difficulties shall be submitted
to arbitration, and that the arbiter should decide
that each nation should make an humble apology
to the other. What this nation has done needing
apology it does not say.
SINGULAR CASK.—TWO persons of wealth and
position, named F. B. Morton and R. T. Morton,
of Whateley, Mass., arc on trial in the Court of
Common Pleas of Franklin county, in that State,
for abducting Isaac T Sheldon, a nephew of the
former and grandson of the latter, and conveying
him to Wisconsin, beyond the custody of his legal.
guardian, Harvey Kirkland, of Northampton,
Mass. Young Sheldon is but ten years old, per
fectly blind, without father or mother, brother or
sister, and the heir of property left by his parents
to the amount of $50,000, on the death of bis
father in 1852. Mr Kirkland was appointed.
guardian of the children by consent of all parties.
In 1865 the mother placed the boy iaDr. Howe's
Asylum for the blind, South Boston, and a few
months afterward she and her little daughttir
died, leaving the boy without an Immediate rO
- When he attended his mother's font ral
ho was suddenly conveyed to 19 isconsin by bis
uncle, to get him out of tho.cuatody of Mr. F. 3rk
land. There the uncle was ap'pointed his gr card.
ian by one of the Wisconsin. Courts, hut sub
sequently this was reversed and Mr. Ki Alan,
won again declared his guardian. He gas re
stored to tha Asylum at. St - A*l Boston, t sad ma i
has been , entered againstV4e Motions for the oh
duction.--tiorth Americo".
NUMBER 158.
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MOUNT VELLXON Nov l'Olt SALE.—ofir southern
exchanges bring us the following letter, which
appears to have been first published itht paper
called the Spartan:
MOUNT VEUNON, Marel3, 14, 1855. -
To Mrs. Maria S. Wofford:
Madam: I have received yourletter o 1 March
6th, respecting the purchase of Mount Vernon
by the ladies of different
,parts of the United
States. In teply, I respectfully inform you that
Mount Vernon is not for sale. T ate, most re
spectfully, yottr ob,t servant.
Jolt's A. WAsnuarroa.
We give the letter' in full, as the mere late
meat of its drift might be doubted. Mr. ash
ington's determination must be regarded as some
what singular in view of the fact that it was for
merly offered for sale to the national government. •
All over the country the ladies have been gather._
ing, money and forming associations to make col
lections with a view to its purchase. It was to -
aid in this object that the Hon. Edward Everett •
delivered his recent oration in Richmond and IMO
been invited to repeat it here. , of : . course,
as Mount Vernon is thus,positivelyhatounced as
not for sale, the funds raised by the ladies' aiso
eiations mnst be applied in genie other direction.
PIIOSP ECTS ,OE beaT IjAitT The Altun
(Ill.) Courier, of the 6th.inst., expsesses its opin
ion that we may expect another very fate crop
of Wheat, and the opinion is based upon the Ni
lo-wing reasons:
" The 'early winter was very mild, so much so
that the late sown wheat, of which there is mush,
continued to grow to a much later date Alma
usual. Then the snow will have protected it
from injury by the frost. Lastly, such uninter
rupted cold weather fur so long a period, and
until so Tate a date, augurs art- uninterrupted
spring-time when it comes. It is further said
that the number of acres put under wheat in that
part of the country last fall was greater than
ever before known."
The Chicago Journal says :—" We must have
large crops next fall. The snow which has fallen
during the past sixty days is equal to five inches
of manure. People capable of estimating-mat
ters, imagine that the wheat crop of 1866 will be
the largest ever harvested in this country. To
estimate the value of snow upon the ground nt
ten minions of dAars would be a low figure."
NULL] VICATIIVI Is (On to.—The "Republican"
majority in the th. , o legislature have passed Is bill
to amend the habaut e.,pus act. The Cincinnati
Baquircr says
If we understand its provisions correctly. it
gives to abolitionists the right of replevying fu
gitives from service, by ,iprocess, from the State
Courts, which brings them, as g , ell as the Marshal,
before it. The Sheriff is empbwera to tails thp
„slaves from the Marshill's jurisdiction by force,
he resists This law is n clear invasion up.m
the sovereign right of the United States, and will
be resented as such by the general government.
Its only effect and tendency will be to bring Oldo
in nuiliffcation collision With the authorities at
Washington. is a dishonest effort to evade, ,
upon the part of the,State, its solemn - compact,
upon entering site Union, to deliver up to their,
owners fugitives from service.
RACTICL'S.VISIT TO AMSTUCA.—In the account'
of Mr. Beuvailleti one of the company, now being
published in a Paris journal, it is stated that the
tragedienne experienced a series of mortificatione
here. When she was to appear at New York, a
transparency was stuck up in front of the theatre,
as if the was figuring in a mountebank's booth.
fler reception was nothing like so enthusiastic
as that accorded to Jenny . Lind. filer first night's
receipts were only $5,010, whereas Jenny Lind's
night's we re $17,2404 t her second night's receipts
were in - English money, .£2BO less than the first
night's. On the two nights some mischievous boys
callectpd.,near the theatre and aumspi. themselves
iii the by imitating the crowing
of a cock ; and• nt another theatre, where a French
col:epee) , were. playing such pieces as ... ‘Jocko,
or the Monkey of Bra 1," there was no iettut- -
a place at any price, whereas she had plite - C's
enough and to spare.
GARDEN FRUIT TRREA.—As soon as the season
opens treat thes9 to a dressing of compost com
posed of 4 parts well rotted manure, 2 parts ash
es, 1 part bone dust and I part plaster. Mix
the whole well together, then broadcast the ma
nure around the tree as far as the firm; extend
and dig it in shallow ; then paint the bodies 3vitlk
a inixure composed of 1 gallon of soft soap, 1
quart of salt and i pound of flour of sulphur.
The whole to be thoroughly stirred and mixed
together. The mixture should be put ou with a
whitewash brush, around the body from the
earth up, and on the larger limbs as far as the
operator can reach.—.4m. rmer.
CURIOUS ERHATU3I.—Punch says that editor
of 3 country paper says in a beautiful fulminating
leader:—"When the Provisional (3 ovcrunien t
raised the laboring classes that they should not
want either work or high wages, them ,idscs actually
believed it.
We thought this rather strong, and a little un
grammatical, when the next week's contained the
following—Erratum—For "them asses" in our
last, read "the masse=."
However, there 's a deal of coarse truth wrapt
up in a bit of bad grammar sometimes. For our
selves we decidedly prefer "them <1.1.1C,"
CROPS n Tit X AS.—The Galveston News of the
261..11 ult. says :
"We bear of few places where planting cot
ton and corn has been finished. We are led to
think that the season is now favorable for pro
gress. Sugar planters complain of their pros
pects, the stubble and plant cane having been
severely ipjured."
Q TEAM ENGINE AND PUMP PACKING
.L .ANT) LfNIN4I. —TUCK'S PATENT ELAsTIc rActi
ry4l .I.ICD LIN IN./. for all parts of StalidEngine,, Pump,
in., whet, soft p..cking is uwd. Engineers and all o ther,
,aft. have used this Parking uok ttoul, Ige Its surri..rity . ,ret
/Olathe, - kinds kuovi u.
. o hrootays are: groat .1111:11.ility Anvi ..1
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r•Nligetion of frlrtn al, cousegoently at po wer: a brit,
vacuum !A roulfltAiliod un loog voyages Ly vobAolm than I.y
Any ,abler material, thereby economizing flit It does not
requirato Le taken nit of the stalling, box, l•tit being parkol
inn metallic cone, fitted Inside the stalling hos. the packing,
Is iteaduaDjetaummed, thus saving time and material
11 is wade in lengths of twelve feet, from to 2 inches
diameter, and Also iu sheets of any size and thickness re.
quipaL
Samples of ins Parking, and models of the Cones, can Iw
seen, and orders will be received, at
W. 4. LIAVEN'S IiTATIONERT
A :1 Market street, corner of R..,.11.1.
PRIVA TE
DISEASES—DR. BROWN, No.
50 Smithfield FtreCt IlkliVo,ll Third and Fourth
; L Aeets, devotes his entire attention to au Miley Text
tire. Mt 1419i1JCNS ia, Pm tire most part, confined to
priv.‘ty Vrarresof Diseases. and Bitch painful affect ma,
heron ;ht utt by imprudence, youthful indulgence and eacees.
Sy} hide, syphilitic Eruptane. thenorrhot, llieot, Stricture
Ure - thral INuahargro, Impurity of the Blood, with all disease..
of the Wenervai Organ. Pl. in Scorbutic Eruptions.
Eitingaronn, Mereunal Disuasoa, Sominal
Impotency, file., Rheuilmi but, 1 , 1 Wall' Weakuee., Monthly
Supprrasions, DiAellgeg of the Joints, Fistoladn Ann, lA:revolts
Attections. Pains ip the Back and' Loins, Irdlation of Lire
Bladder and Kidneys, sucresalully treat Cure guaranteed.
Twenty years' praritina(ton in this city) enables Dr. Onion
to otter moue:mare ut a apeady care to all who may come uu
.derilds care.
Offico and Private Consultation Rooms tat Smithfield
Llutween 'third and F. nett etrrots.
Li-Charges moderato. norbalawly
prz. BROWN continues to be consulted far
r
th cum of SECRET DISRASES. His success in
Swag, ..tuniling cows n unequalled. Tlio alllieted are kftvil , i‘i
Rc HD.! wido.ut delay. Derwm. afflicted with Venereal Dis
murls, „Rivoinnatism, l'iles, Seminal Debility, should not
delay to got his advice. Letters containing a foe, Immediate
ly *were red.
Vg.olfics , and Private Rennin. Nn. 50 Smithfield street,
'betwfoat 'Third owl Fourth gtrent.s. Fltbaranzb. jell
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daily „Innynsl. in ~very hie d of Weather, at Lafayette Build
ing. No 7t7 YOURTII street. Particular attention paid to
ambrotyping, as the time of sitting is ninth less than re
muire4 f,. ; D at agarreotypea Pictures of children taken in a
few sswuds•Le either of the above named styles. Arnbro:
type nr .ThrLieCreotype Copies mash, vorrectly from every
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